Top Places

Sydney Opera House

Mention “Sydney, Australia” and the Opera House is spoken about by most people. This iconic building on Sydney’s Bennelong Point is built like massive shells or billowing sails and graces the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is one of the great architectural symbols of the world. The position is impressive. On three sides, water fills the house, and it is bordered to the south by the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

The World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, visible from outer space, is one of the planet’s largest living systems. To preserve its delicate habitats, which include more than 3,000 coral reefs; 600 continental islands, including the lovely Whitsunday group; 300 coral cays; and inshore mangrove islands, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park was established in 1975. One of the Seven Wonder Wonders

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock), deep in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, is one of the country’s most photographed natural wonders. The centerpiece of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a World Heritage Area jointly operated by Parks Australia and the traditional landowners, the A’angu tribe, forms the striking red monolith. “Uluru, in the local aboriginal dialect, means “shadowy spot,” rises t